A fantastic assortment of cuisines
If you want a change from relaxing under the glistening sunshine on the beach, why not take in some local excursions such as a visit to the 14th century church that takes pride of place on the cliff tops overlooking nearby San Miguel. Another popular place to visit is the outstanding C’an Marca Caves which were discovered by smugglers many years ago. The caves are reached by steep steps down the cliff side and are so popular there are guided tours available. Although Puerto San Miguel is a quiet and relaxed resort it is only a 25min drive away from Ibiza Town, so hiring a car is a great way to see some of the other remarkable sights of Ibiza during your holidays to Puerto San Miguel.
Meals here are a treat and although there’s only a small selection of restaurants to choose from, they are of an exceptionally high standard and offer a fantastic assortment of cuisines. Nightlife is relatively low key and usually starts with a relaxing meal in a beachfront restaurant followed by a drink in one of the selection of bars, for those looking for something a little more lively there’s even a disco in the resort to dance the night away.
Holidays to Puerto San Miguel offer something for everyone when it comes to accommodation. Whether you’re looking for a bargain self catering apartment or an all inclusive hotel you will find it here in this charming resort, an added bonus is that the majority of hotels in Puerto San Miguel boast astonishing views of the surrounding areas. Book late deals to Puerto San Miguel online here at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
Caves of C’an Marça
– Located just up the road from the San Miguel Beach Club you will come across these fascinating caves. It’s quite a trek down the cliff side to the entrance just above sea level but worth it for the fascinating stories and amazing waterfall light show.
– Head down the coast to San Antonio and set sail as the day fades and the dipping sun sets the sky and sea on fire with it’s flaming shades of red, gold and orange.
– Take a taxi ride over to Ibiza Town for a livelier night out. You don’t need to hit the clubs, just browse the designer shops, enjoy a meal, and perhaps a glass or two of Sangria before heading back across the island.